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  • Cullen Bay Marina in Darwin


    Places to dine and eat in Cullen Bay in Darwin city in Northern Territory Australia
    Cullen Bay Marina in Darwin, Northern Territory Australia
    Getting There - Dining - Accommodation - Mandorah Ferry

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    Cullen Bay Marina - It's around a 30 minute walk down a hill to the marina. So we suggets a cab if you aren't into walking. Whatever you do you must go there for a look or a meal. It is a beautiful marina. Starting from Mitchell Street the walk is about the same 45mins on a slow stroll.

    Mandorah - Getting there a 15-minute ferry ride will bring you to Mandorah. Darwin city stretches all the way to the Beagle Gulf, which is part of the Timor Sea.

    Right across Port Darwin, a 15-minute ferry ride will bring you to Mandorah.

    Please contact Tourism Top End for ferry details

    Location: By Ferry - Mandorah - Ferries depart regularly to Mandorah Only 6km by ferry on the Sea-Cat Departing Cullen Bay and Mandorah.

    The Ferry trip from Darwin to Mandorah takes approximately 14 minutes and leaves Darwin from the Cullen Bay Ferry terminal at the times shown here. Sea-Cat Timetable Enquiries: 89785015

    Location: By Road - Road to Mandorah 128km via many Tourist attractions and swimming spots sealed bitumen road with the exception of 10km of gravel.

    Mandorah Beach The Mandorah Jetty is a great place to throw a line in. Some of the common fish caught at the jetty are Queensfish, Shark, Barramundi, Mackerel and many more.
    Mandorah is a funtastic venue for Weddings, Birthdays, Sports or Business parties, Functions, Conferences or Christmas parties! All rooms have ensuites Dorm Beds, Doubles, Motel Rooms (sleeps 4 adults).

    The ferry to Mandorah and the floating jetty.

    The ferry to Mandorah and the floating jetty


    The iconic hotel, on the west side of Darwin Harbour, was officially due to close at 7:00pm on Friday (Update: Fri 27 Sep 2013) but the party to mark its passing was expected to be an open-ended affair. Publican Nick Candilo says the pub started as a small family venture and grew to become a Top End landmark, the hub of the local Wagait community and a drawcard for locals and tourists alike visiting from across the harbour. Getting to Mandorah from Darwin involves a 15-minute ferry trip from Cullen Bay or a 130 kilometre one-way road trip. The Maddalozzo family and Mr Di Candilo are looking for interested parties to invest in a possible new and larger hotel and pub complex. Update: Fri 27 Sep 2013, 4:57pm AEST